2008 May 09 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The ads were titled “Help Yourself, Help Atlantic City, Help New Jersey,” and they made a series of promises, if only voters would pull the “yes” lever to legalize casino gambling. Having casinos in Atlantic City would “balance taxes, create jobs, boost the…
If smoking is banned in Detroit bars, restaurants and workplaces, Betty Gilbert says it will hurt the city’s casinos. Gilbert, who was smoking a cigarette Friday with members of her bowling team on a sidewalk near Greektown Casino downtown, should know. The…
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GAINESVILLE Agents with the Multi Agency Narcotics Squad seized over $5,800 in an undercover gambling investigation. Friday, agents arrested one man after executing a search warrant at a Gainesville business known as Tres Amigo Lavaderia, located at 224 Atlanta Highway.
PETALING JAYA: Ascot Sports (IOM) Ltd, owner and operator of the sportsbook, www.ascotsports.com, says it is not taking bets either online or over the telephone, phone calls to the company on Thursday evening and yesterday morning revealed.
Betty Gilbert says a proposed ban on smoking that would extend to the city’s casinos would keep her away, just like Atlantic City’s tough new smoking law will prompt her to cut back on gambling in her home state of New Jersey.
I commend Governor Carcieri for vetoing legislation for round-the-clock gambling on weekends and holidays at Twin River and Newport Grand.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - Spring has sprung, and there’s new life seemingly everywhere _ except in the 11 Atlantic City casinos.
Casino company Isle of Capri Casinos Inc. said Friday its casino in Natchez, Miss., will reopen on Monday, following a temporary closure.